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How has well has your glaucoma been controlled during your life?
I would guess you had a trabeculatomy as an infant. Have you needed further glaucoma surgery during your life?
Your chances of having a retinal degeneration, such as age related macular degeneration, would be the same as the general public, which is about 2% for a person age 50, and 30% for a person over the age of 75. Women seem to be at a higher risk then men, smoking greatly increases your risk, as do family history of retinal degeneration and history of high cholesterol.
There are no studies that show a that a prior history of eye surgery or glaucoma would in any way increase your risk.
Is there a specific retinal degeneration or condition you would like me to address for you?
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